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Evening- Bulletin From San Francltoo: Virginian December 25 For San Francisco : Mongolia December S3 Fiom Vancouver Mounu ...January 1 For Vancouver: Manuka January 20 Merchants who talk about honestl Roods in an honest, interesting- way in the advertising- columns of the ; BULLETIN, seldom have slack times.., 2:30 EDITION Xmas ads create Xmas wants that Xmas stocks can fill ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 48C7. 10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, DECEMEBER 23, 1010 10 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS. : - I I' "V T JAPANESE STATESMAN IS OUT AGAINST WAR PLAN URGED FOR GREATER HONOLULU Judd Outlines Needs Of City 0rges Gov. Frear To Take Up New Street System Westward A cnmprohi'iiFlvo plan for tlio de- of land with houses of various kinds tclupiiicnl of llnno'iilu In u section along the ktrcct frontages, lint with or the illy vvhlih Is declared lo bo. tho lntorlois tit tho blocks devoted fai liclilml the nttcrsltlts ot tlio ttmei, In outlined In a cuminunlrn tlou fiom Albert I". Judd, Sci.ntui elett, to (locruor 1'riar. Mr. Jmlil i:c.itK not only as a resident of tlio 1 trill Dlstilct, lint from tlio In nailer st.i iiilpol nt of ono Interested in licit tli ami sinltntluu problems, tlio giowth of tlio ((immunity, tlio mill t.ir pio uiltiuus of tliu seaport, iind tho liciiellls to lie derived by the; poorci (I ibses of people. The part of tlio town for wIiIlIi tlio great plan of civic development It urged la tliut I) lug west of Nil ti lt ll it stieiit. Mr. Juild'n cnmmuulcu tloa pnlntH out frnellily tlint tlio sjb tern of streets Is Iiuidi quale, Bowngo u-, menace to tlio liealtli of, tlio jjii-,. , tlio community-, and that tho'gicivvtll utf Hnmiliilu ,vvlll,bo soiiouely lield hick, unless the Tcirltnry, through tlio Superintendent of Public Works, takes quick, action In earning out tin I Intelligent and substantl it plan for a H) Klein of streets. Mr, .ludd's letter Is ns follows:, "As a resident of tlio Plftli Itcpro, tentative. DUti let, I havo been giv ing much thought to tlio inanj prob lems now existing In tlio town pro ducts of Honolulu west of Nuu.tiiii rtrtet, ami I deal re to outline to )ou (ei lain Ideas hud to suggest If them Ideas meet with )oui- approval that .von take tlio Initiative In the pin gi.uu. Blo'k'j Without Streets. "The part of town I lefcr to con clstn almost cntlrelj of largo bleaks COMMISSIONER KEEFE ENDS INVESTIGATIONS IN ON IMMIGRATION QUESTIONS After ccteiitcc-n d.i)s of Investiga tion In Havvafi, Daniel J Kiefe, com-mlsslnuor- geucial ot Immigration, will Itavo tho Islands tomoriow for tho Coast, sailing by tho Pacific Mall liner .Mongolia. Ho said today that he hub collected ii viitit miiES ot hotel -ogonoiis Information that will bo whipped Into shape In n short time mid Incoi pouted In Ills report. As lo this leport, tho commission-cr-goiiciul Ittiighlngl) ictuses to com mil himself, though ho talks ficoj) on what hu has (lone In the Islands. Mi. Keufo leturued early tills morning fiom Kami, the specially, ihaileied lutor-lslaad steamei Clan dine taking him both wujs. His tour of Kauai was a lapld but Etreuuous ono, and ho colleittd a lot in'oie In fill niatlou on tho (mention of lahoi, 10 which ho has devoted most of his time while In tlio Island:. Ho spun most of this morning at tho local Immlgiatlou station, and Ills 11 it .t 1 work was on fcomo labor statis tics seemed front the various plan tation agencies and from tho plant ers' labor bureau, Assistant Dlre---toi VY. II llahhltt of the planters' labor Imieau supplied htm with ii bunch of llgutcs on 'nationalities, wages, hours, cost of living and oth er things While the commissioner refuses to Etatci what, If any, recommendations will ho tontallied In his report, ho In, not minded from th nosltloil ho (ni.W o.nli In thn Invcstlcutlon. vvhll h Is that rillpltio labor Is not doslra- hlo for Hawaii, and tho sugtr men to iiRrlt ultiiio. Into tliu Intel lors etc-(et-H i. in bo bad only lij tlio use ol nnirow anil crooked lanes. It Is In tli Is pint of town where most of tlio tuberculosis Is lo utccl and where intst of the largo tenement-linuses lino been erected. The sower s)s le u titt.es cue of but ti small pro (Kirtlou of tlio sewerage. Theio In n great deal of runnlnR water In open ditches and ilinlns. Definite Policy Urged. "M) suggestion h that throiiKli the Superintendent of l'ubllc Works, there be planned u comprehensive' extern uf strcots from Nuuanu street to Moan iluj, with uulllc'lcnt data to enable the legislative arms of the govitntuent, bo,tli Territorial and jmW mcipai, hi iii'ciuo upon some iie-iiiuiv policy of street building. "Tlio Botlal aiguniciit In faor ot more streets Is that with a greater npporliiult) for houso lots near the center of town the patioiiago of the tcncnionls wilt diminish. Military Argument Strong. "Tli" military argument for thin p-illc) Is obvious. Thcro Is only one nad now to Tort Shatter and to Pearl Harbor. "So no Riich bclieino as aliovo out lined will have to tie undertaken In order to provldo for tlio oxp insloii of Honolulu In the next ten eaix, ami pirtb ul.irb for tlio glow tli In Idcnt to tlio opening of I 'earl liar- lior I believe that the, people II v lug In town and working at I'carl (Continued on Pap;e 4.) expect Minio Interesting cnmmcul on this In his report. 1 I have made us thorough Investi gation as 1 could of tho labor ami Immigration, said Mr Kccfu this morning, "and am going hack to Washlugtou -with a great many fig ures to bo digested and Incorporated In tin repoit. I have seen tho work ings of tho sugar Industry from the Held to tho bark, seen It cut and liar vented and giound I havo been thn laborers doing tho work, talked with them, discussed hours and wages, ami have seen them pild. I havo etntls tits on wage scales, contracts, cost of living and nil such things paid particular attention to tlio plan tiitlou and general stotes, and have (Igilies bhovvlng tho tost of all kinds ot food I have also taken much no the ot tho conditions of Immlgra tlou All of these things, will bo put Into shape for a detailed leport on Immigration and labor In this Terrl torj." CUSTOMS OFFICERS OUT IN SEARCH OF OPIUM A cloven tuetom-houso omccrs went npliim-huiitlng to Knllhl tills morn lug. on a clue that there was dopo ri.iK ..-,l..il .ittni.ulinrii r.n tin. ltptll II- sula. Hnwevci. when the) iciturnedj at noon It was stated tliut thov had not found nil) of tho tinned dream demand roi this stock in tho last two stuff TIiIk aflenicon tho snuail isda)8 coupled Willi tho rcisjrt tliut liiintlni? onliini nt Wiilklkl. In the V I clnlt) of the placo wheio the dopo was dug up jcstordn). 'PURE-FOOD BILLlDemocratic Governor-Elect Has IS FINALLY Boaid of Supervisors Sustains Mayors Veto of the Ordinance. FOUR fb TWO IS VOTE AGAINST FLY-SCREENS Loean and Oiiinn Stand Dv tlio. Mcnsuio But Others - Listen to risnmongcr's Protests, Tho nishmnngcra of Honolulu havo kcoiud a victory. Thrj havo niiicct cl od In the ilofe-it ot vi ordlti-iurc In troduced by tho City and 'County Ihiaul of Supervisors that would havo to do with compelling them to placo xrrt.cn covcilngs ovor iiiarKotniuo wai cm In order to proect such commo dities from flics and other Insects, II) a voto of four to two, tho veto of Mn) or lVm ngalnst tho pisstgo of such a law was sustained. Members Mc Well m, Cox Alila an I Kino stood by tho inn) orally veto vvljljo Huporvlsoiij. tjiiliiji -iind Ugan wTW'hldno It! (hovballfo to juo tho oidlnauco from comploto destiuctlon Deputy Clt) und County Attornc) Mllvertoii was present nt a special meeting; "f tho Hoard at noon today and ho Informed tho members that the oidlinncc insseiscd no Haws as far as tho attornej dopiitmciit could dlscovc- that would cause it to full down ir tonleslc-d In tho Tenltorlnl courts Desiltu tho slatumonts com tug from Attrine) Andrews represent lug n tolteilo of fish dialeis, tho in illnauto was carefully drawn and the AiiiIiowh liihluiiiitlons vveiTj declared by Mllvertoii as simply scurrilous Hitporvlhor D.tulif l.ognn the fillier of tho oidliiance nmvtd that tho re giilallon uss iiolvvlthstaiidlng tho veto o( Midiii Torn In siibstniltl itlnghls clutcntlon, l.ogm dtclarcd that tho opM'sltlon towards tho ordinance. cimo In too lato Tliu onlinnni'o vv is ndvoiliocd In tho columns of tho tlty press and ho believed that tlio oppon (Continued on Page 21 BROKERS WILL TAHCATION Stock Exchange Celebrates Holiday Season With Rest for the Weary. Announcement was mado cm Ibo Flock oxrhango this morning that tho exchange will tako Its long deferred vacation next vviek Tomoriow will bo tho lust session heforo tho Nuvv Ytai onc'tia, ami the members will get a welcome test Tho exchange poslpontil Its usual vacation owing to tlio sensational stock slump two months ago, feeling that so long as tho situation was crl Ileal, the) had best bo on tho Job Now tho securities havo settled Into something like a regular run, although far below normal pi Ice, and tho brok ers ran rest eas). Although tliu market Is dim todu) mil) ouo salo was itcsided on tho board, flft) sharfs of Hawaiian Com mertlal changing hands, at 3I4. a blight advance over tliu uruvlous salos. Oft tliu board tho pilnclpal deals, wore mado In Hawaiian Pine apple, which changed IiiiiiiIh In four blocks foi it total of 151 shares and all at 31 Tho onl) other. alo noted today was fifteen shares of Mtllodo at 4 Hat Oalui stiffened a lilt lo further to chlV . holders of tills StlM-k HSklllll with no puithaseis, although 25'i was ''Id. tho closing pulco jesleiila) Tho ncail) a hlllldloil IlioiiKiiud dollars "nrl1' "f " Ir '" lm IkwrIiI. Mtrved lo ""'" "' ' uni) mini um for hettei bids 'Eye On Presidency, Is Report Woodrow Wilson Abandons Career at Princeton for ""Politics. NI3W YORK. Dec. 23. I'olltltlans all over the touittrj are liululglug tin prophesies as to the ruturc of Wood row Wilson, governor elcit of New Jcrecy, who ha? clescrteil the presi dent of Piliieilou Unlvorslt to Identify liliiusolff moio a tlely with politico. Afterfhls success on tho Do iiucrullr Ucl.ot In the Rtibornato itnt i-anipalRii, lit Is hal'ed b) ninny De.iiocints us tht- mini to lead them to victory Iti a presidential election. HORROR IS (AnMn.latMl I'rcti Cubic.) CHICAGO, HI.. Dec. 2J. Tho great llro In tlio Morris Packing Com miii)' plant here has not tt been extinguished. Two moru havo been InJiurd by falllnc wnlls.l Tho.oltl-, Vcns ncivv propusu dirVtiiliivviiiuiit flttiO of $3G0.Q00 for tho families of tlio twent)-four firemen killed In the path of (lut) BELIEVED TO BE DEAD (AmuhIiIkI I'm s CiIiIi ) DOVHIt, Hug . Dec 2.! Cecil (Irate, the Dngllsh aviator who tried to tiois tho channel last night, has not )ct licen fnunil and In believed to havo lust Ills Jlfo EIGHT ARE KU-LED BY EXCAVATION CAVE-IN f AaM tint VrrnA f?it)1c.) Nr.WAUK, X. J , U'c 23 A tnvo In at an excavation htlng mado for a laigo building liurlecl a muiihor uf workmen Dlght woro kllltd. SUGAR SAN ntAXClSqO, Dec 23. Hug ar: 90 degrees test, S.SCc. Previous iiuotiitlou, 3 UOfic DR.nifii's Dr J S McOrcw celebrated his ninetieth hlithday this morning tho Hawaiian baud being on hand nt his homestead bright and eaily to glvo a special concert In his honor Tho "rather of Annexation" Is In excellent spirits and received his man) friends with his old tlmo eoidliillty A du) oi two ago tho doctoi was driv ing a buggy that collided with a HapUl Tiatihlt rm down town "You want to get ild of mo. don't )cm," ho com mentcd to tho inotorinnn,' "but I'll cmasli a lot moio buggies before I get through" NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS c- coil) for uftor- , Advertising 4- Christmas advertising should bo ! sent ut once to tho lliilletlu H will hu almost Impossible to niako all tluniges of advertise- inents on Tuesday, December 27, unless tho II ii 1 1 ii 1 1 u patrons 4-1 are prompt In I mulshing chaiigeH ! CHICAGO'S 90TH BIRTHDAY Km M tmt. i wf mfemf BABY RAYMOND Brutal" Father Arraigrfcd "BSt Forgiving Mother Intervened. II ib) ltajiuond, a little three) car old ho), iiiKonscloiibl) but no'vj tho less cxettlvcly proved a medium for the i ccom Illation of his bellicose parents this morning (.tailing a tule and neatl) arra)cdi lad li tho hand, Mrs. Mary Ita) moiid walked down tho alslo of a tioudcil courtroom and, mounting the pl.it form to the witness box, tin foldecl a talo of brutality which awakened tho H)inpath) of not only tho illstiUt migl 'rate, hut also that of tliu moru or lest c. isu burdened of II crs and ultenilants uf tho lower tribunal. 'I ho dellcato toiidlllon of Mrs. Ray mond appealed to all who wero with in tho sound of her voice.' In clos ing her recltnt of marital woes, the wronged wife nsl.ed leniency for lior erring husband Hho declared that ho was tliu solo provider for thcli little Tamil). "If ho Is taken to Jail, wo will ho left dcbtlltitc," slio sobbed, "and there will bo nothing In tho houso for Christmas." Ililiy Itujmonil stood beside hla mother and cast wistful glances at Ills father, who graced tho prisoner's doik While Mrs. Ka)motul was telling her story the ililld mado re pelled attempts to attratt tho atten tion of tho mother to tho fuller, who, barcfootocl and dejected, fctood at at tention beforo tho accusations mado by the frail and ailing woman. It appears that Hajmond went hoaio much under the Influence of liquor tho othor evening Upon ar rival there ho took offenso nt tho way nutters had gnno during his ab sence Ho objetted to tho Interfer ence of a friendly Japanese, who had become attracted to tho Hnymoud household through the sounds of strife and nols) conversation Mrs Knmond alleged that sho had been kicked and slapped, and In her weakened conltlon was unable to ro. tnllatu or even call for assistance Judgo J,) mcr faced a most perplex ing dilemma In dealing with Ray mond aftor ho had' hearkened to tho idea of the abused but forgiving wife. The district magistrate rend Ray mond a lectin e that doubtless will ho treasured for some tlmo to como, He has a suspended sentence hanging over his head that will drop at the next offenso. Tho Itajmonds left tho courtroom a reunited family PERU INSURGENTS ROB OFFICIAL TRAIN fAKsnclntcil rriHi, raM" ) , 1 IM. Prill, Dee 23 Tho Insur gents who are In a slate of rebellion here tnda) robbed a Peruvian train of $'t0 In roln, which was being I. .In. . Cl.r..M.rl. I.. lin. ..llltlln lllplnlll inix.i ,i.iiF.it,u .w ,-.. c-i.Mt.v .....v.. War-Scare In Orient Japanese Prime dreses Imperial Diet On Peace (Asiv!atcil TOKIO, J.iiati, Dec, 2.1 Tho Jaii IIIIO'O lllllierlll Diet nnnlini! Iinrn tiv day, marked b) tlio proniinclameuto of Mania's T Kutsura, prime Mlnls- tcr if Japan, declaring that pcato use ue i i-erv en in mn uriuiu coning on mo neeis or so luutli APPEAR BEFORE CIRCUIT "'?'' -. A number of grand Jurors uppear-1 ed beforo Circuit Judco Cooner tlilslthnt Lanu should ho Indlctcil nt nnv llHirtlllll? ttl lltlhVVer til till, SIlhlHIPimst that vvc-iu itsued )t'bterday ordering the c linpi siloia to appear and reply to tho statement made h) City and Count) Attornc) Cathcart )ttcrdny that the) wanted IMward I.jiio In dicted, "law or no law" Subpoenas wero Issued for C. A. llalley, Henry llcrlelmnn, Charles llocl.iis, Ihomas M Church, Thomas llolllugcr, lilvvlu Kimball, P. II. Mi Stocker, Sol Pctk, Lester Pctrle, I'red A. 1 ler, (ieorgo C Potter, James' W Ito.u'rtroii, r T. P WatcrhoiiBO, V.. C Winston and Ambroso Wlrtz. The subpoenas wero Issued by Judgo Cooper )cstcrclay as a result in ciio it-Eciniony given uy uacntaricions propouiideci ny uoutlilll llial XtfM when he was tulled as a witness by stated that ho had Informed tho Jurf 3 Attorney Duuthltt, counsel for IM-! thnt ho did not think that linornuld ward Lane, who has entered a idea ho held upon tho felony tlmrgo of in abatement In connection with tho attempted rape, adding that the re Indictment of Lano on a charge of mark was made by some of tho. grand, malicious assault, l-anc now serving Jurors that Lane ought to be Indict-' a sentence of ono )oar for vagrancy, ed whether there was a law for It or Douthltt Is attacking tho Indict ment returned against Lano on tho ground that tho former grand Jury Tho resolutions adopted by the Chninber of Commerce, protesting against tho McCrossou bills havo been drarted Into their final form mid will bo sent to Congress at onro. The (('solutions ns fin illy dratted Include tho titles of tho hills, popularl) known ns tho Knu Ditch Hill and the Wahl awn Dill They are as follows: Resolved: That the Honolulu Cham her of Commerce deprecates tho prae tlco of presenting to Congress bills re lating to local affairs In Hawaii with out (ipiiortimll) being first afforded for full public discussion of such measures In this Territory Resolved That wheieas Uiero are now pending before Congiess two bills relating to Irrigation and tho dlsposl Hon of public lands and water rights In tho Tcrrllor) of Hawaii moro par tleularl) described as follows "A bill (II. It 27278 Introduced December Blh 1010 S. SS71 Introduced Decern her "th, 1910) relating to the Irrlga Hon and reclamation of public lauds In tho Territory of llnwall amending an Act entitled "An Act to provide a riot eminent fur tho Terrltor) of Ha wall" nppinvcd ApllI 301h, 1900." And "A bill (II R 27590 Introduc ed December f.lh 19108 tlOGJ-lntro- dnced December 7th 1910) granting to I. T. McCrosMin his associates and .... n...l..ln .inf.... fl.il.1.. .... Ilin nitpiiin, tiriuiiii i,vi nbMtn w Scouted; Minister AjM I'rvnii Catih.) vyar talk, tlic rrlmo 'prt'cll. Will ll VV a read Mlnlster'al to tho us- fenililed statesmen, Is regarded not only as an Individual opinion, but! as an exprewilon of national policy Ho cmphatlzori the necessity of peacoj noin on economic ami Humanitarian grotiiuls. COURT IN LANE CASE w was prejudl cd and was determined J piim fir nu l-nlhr-nrl ulnln ,i,.nn ll.rt 9 stand, "law- or 110 law. Lorrlu Andrews has boon author ized Ii) Attornc) -General Lindsay to i appear In tho inso for the prosecu. ; Hon, this fact and tho taking of tliu 4 caso from tho bunds of Cnthmrt mid turning It over to Andrews having j$ produced tlic recent urcaK between l.lndsa) and Cathcart. -j In his statement on tho wltuean stand vesterday. C.tthcnrt cavo hla version of tho proceedings lit tlio" grand Jury-room on tho clay ho otf Jetted to Lorrlu Andrews being call- ud heforo tho Inquisitors ns a legal'? adviser. It was lit reply to thoque- not .4lUL3 This waa the reply that rcwiUM In tho Issuance of tho RiiliiiiMiiiiisX-jrr ZiH Military resortntlon nt Walaiin3TUik-l Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawal which hills tftally affect tho public Interests of Hawaii, and which, haTji not ne eu suojeci to local consideration or discussion, therefore! Cnngrr$gpi respectfully requested not In puss said Resolved. That copies of this reso.' lutlon ho sent to tho President of the United Statqs, In Hip Secretary of thn Interior, to tho Presiding Otllrer and tlio Chairman of tho Commltteo on' Territories of tho Seiiato ami of tho House of Ileprosentiitlves, and lo our Delegate to Congress ( I herobv ecrtlft that tho foregoing IS a truo and correct copy of a resjoUfi',j Hon passed uuanlnioiisl) nt the, regiig J iur in mummy iiicviiuk im mv .ii.-ii hers of tho Honolulu Chamber ot.t'ojuj merce held at tho rooms of thg Cham, her, SlaiiKcnwald Ilulldlng, Hoiioluln,' Island of Oahu Territory of Hawaii, Wednfsdiiy, December 21st, 191 .1SJt Pros. Honolulu Chamber of Commerce. Attest: u Secretary. r AFTER HORNET SAILS ' BONILLA DISAPPEARS AiHtclntril Vrcn Cul) NIIW ORLUANS, La., Dec. 23. ri itt d I ilnii Ivl a uvnllnmalit uravnllo tint a. ,IIIDIItVllIIU tAtlllllllllll. IIUIHB t over the fact that shortly nttcrithoi departure ot tlio former I' S gun-f ,. bout Hornet, recently purchased by the Honduras rebels. General llonllls.' ?, ntul associates, who had been boroji for soinn time, nad uisapneareci. in la suiiiuued that thev have cone clowns .. ..I .. .. ..111 I I.. 1L. le 10X10011 CO.ISI Ullll n 111 juiuciaj gunboat ut some southern coast port,' H u 1 1 ii-'